"New Jersey's Niagara" Is Expected To Reopen In Early 2015

PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The park at the Great Falls in Paterson has been shut down for a year and a half so it can receive a $2-million makeover.

Many people refer to the falls as “New Jersey’s Niagara”.

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The park will be spruced up with new trees and benches, smoother pathways, and new walls that will allow for a better view, CBS 2 reported.

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The park will reopen when the project is finished in early 2015.

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